Interested in developing cloud infrastructure and automating repetitive tasks? This blog is for you. Today, we're going to show you how to get Google Cloud Platform and Terraform to work together. Then we'll create a virtual machine in just a few simple steps.
(The following article is property of Avenue Code, LLC, and was originally published with permission at Total Retail on August 15, 2019.)
Kristy Wieber, co-founder and president of Rent frock Repeat, explains the innovative clothing rental model that uniquely answers consumer needs while benefiting apparel brands.
Enums--or enumerated types--in Swift have been around for a long time, but I never truly explored their potential until I stumbled across an article explaining that "enums can define any hierarchically organized data." So I decided to try using enums, not as I had traditionally used them, but as the very foundation of my data. Today, I invite you to explore the potential of these powerful types with me.
We consider optimization every day of our lives. We always want to take the route that will get us to work the fastest, accomplish as many tasks as possible on time based on priority, and so on. Optimization means finding the solution (or solutions) for a problem that produces a result that cannot be further improved. Today, we'll introduce multiple objective optimization.
Nowadays, building systems using microservices is almost a must, but applying and keeping microservices concepts is quite challenging. We want service providers to process all requests, even in cases of high demand, but how can we guarantee this, and how can we improve performance? The answer is message queues. So what's a message queue, and how does it work?